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  1. Updates on Monday 9 January

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  1. Disruption expected after strike ends

    The Tube strike is due to end at 6pm tonight but Transport for London have warned that delays are expected to continue for the rest of the day. 

    You can check the status of your station on the TfL website.  

  2. Latest on the roads and rail

    For all the latest travel information, check out the BBC London travel Twitter page.

    Plus you can hear a full travel bulletin on BBC London 94.9 FM and online, every 15 minutes from just after the top of the hour. 

  3. Commuting during a Tube strike

    Sam Francis

    BBC News, London

    As I cycled though the streets of central London I slowly realised I'd become the member of a gang. 

    Wordlessly a group of commuters had formed a pack around me, hunting for a free docking station in the streets around Piccadilly. 

    I often cycle to work using London's cycle hire scheme, to speed up my commute. The Tube strike had forced commuters to try new ways of getting into work.

    But during my Tube strike commute I found that even in the midst of a crisis, Londoners have not lost their ability to find humour in miserable moments.

    Read more here.

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  4. Prime minister's spokeswoman on Tube strike

    Theresa May's official spokeswoman said: "As with the Southern Rail strikes, the Prime Minister thinks it is unfair to be creating disruption for people in such an unfair and unjustified way."

  5. Watch: Why is there a Tube strike?

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    Video caption: Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards explains the background to the strike
  6. Commuters getting around London

    As the evening rush is due to start soon, take a look at how people got around London this morning. 

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    Video caption: Commuters have been having to make alternative journeys due to strike action on the tube
  7. Recap: 10 out of 11 lines have some trains running

    To recap:

    • Transport for London (TfL) said it was running limited services on 10 out of 11 Tube lines
    •  A total of 114 stations are closed (out of 270) and 75 have trains running through but not stopping
    • There has been a 149% increase in Santander cycle hires 
    • Docklands Light Railway (DLR) services are running but are busier than usual 
    • About 150 extra buses have been deployed
    • Although National Rail services are not affected by the strike, there is no Underground services from key interchange stations such as Victoria, King's Cross, Waterloo, Paddington, Euston, Bank and London Bridge. 
    • There are no services at all on the Victoria line. 
    • The strike finishes at 18:00. 
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  8. Watch: RMT boss - Tube strike is all about safety

    John Leach, the RMT London regional organiser, says the Tube strike is "about having a safe Underground". 

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    Video caption: John Leach
  9. Watch: Mayor of London - Tube strike causing misery

    Sadiq Khan says business will lose money as a result of Monday's Tube strike

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    Video caption: Sadiq Khan
  10. Watch: People queueing for buses at Finsbury Park

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    Video caption: There were large crowds of people waiting to board buses at Finsbury Park this morning.
  11. Watch: Aerial pictures of morning rush hour

    Aerial footage shows heavy traffic and long queues for buses during Monday morning's rush hour in London, as commuters try to get to work despite a 24-hour Tube strike.  

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    Video caption: Tube strike: Aerial pictures of morning rush hour
  12. Huge rise in people using cycle hire scheme

    Man hiring bike

    London's cycle hire scheme has proved popular with commuters during the strike.

    TfL has revealed there has been a 149% increase of bike hires.

  13. Tube Strike: Commuters try to get around London

    Station staff across the entire London Underground network walked out last night for 24 hours in a row over staff shortages.

    Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards reports. 

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    Video caption: Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards reports